TACOM Leadership Skills for the 21st Century (An Employee Perspective)
ARMY TANK-AUTOMOTIVE COMMAND WARREN MI
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The purpose of this research is to see if the employees at the Tank Automotive and Armament Command TACOM Life Management Command LCMC agree that their leaders possess the skills, as identified in this research paper, needed to lead the organization in the 21st century. It is not the intention of the researcher to validate or verify the research completed by any prior Senior Service College Fellows SSCF class. The skills were identified from a literature review that shows what skills are needed to lead a 21st century global organization. This research focuses on TACOM employees at the GS-13 or equivalent level and below. The researcher surveyed civilian employees within four organizations at TACOM. These organizations are the Integrated Logistics and Support Center ILSC, the Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center TARDEC, the Program Executive Office for Ground Combat Support PEO-GCS and the Program Executive Office for Combat Support and Combat Office Support PEO-CSCSS. The survey consists of 45 questions that address each of the skills identified in research literature, one question to rank the skills one open ended question and 5 demographic questions.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations